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iW HtHiSUtc iwnleti the
ftmr.trt Hr btM IMfd 1" Of Pun
I'.fnU f'IH rf iwltnrtilnp Culifmnh. and
iing Mitlimj: U t'lah mM N M
Tbf tinrKi:t iitil ilb tta Phm
dit.t in bin 6nt rfxntrlii". 1
jci'jn-J Itt fcdtn'tt ChfMiU, 1ml Own
rV n-MBjitfcv enawl lii ugaid ill I'lt"
i.hut"' ttftiotrifotUl n
Tlnn tUj in-il uii tt-mJuc ( 0,c
talent if jtnipwi I" ct) i.1k. tbt
f -,nitu'4i ft tU' iimiiW A fail
in l'i Jei-Utu for the linitiTK-t iM
k lltirlst t- lii' lllh I'llm's wV'lu Urjr
. lrJml by Uitf.1) rtilrtltaljutl II' give
tbc l-fvJutiW f l MM nub l Wat. it
k-rfiafpitig mir ilu'V ). " 1"' Os-to
j't1 pi. Of wifl lV tie "f tin io
m !, n iImiU , and v'n'ii 0v mt n
tr a wttlrl ;jvoniii, nl we 11 adn.it
tL m ml Ow t't.tun "
lie vra citified t(l abV to sv lliat
s rrct clwnre in white sentiment had
III Ml pUlC ( tlrf'tl'lHIIMIItllOCIlt of the Jj
!) Tlx- r1 it-it Nii)i. aii'l t!ir ti'i
!rii twut SrtitJi, Inn! ' im- In Hiu M'
rut? ; Ji'll'lir .- uliii'i nl hail cliMii-J ; llf
ut.H i.f it!i (fi' l(w1ifii'l , lil hail
ta i4t-iil MaU' if ll" 'n1.lw licait m1
xniil fi!(1 a'. Oh' fx-immiwi'iiii'iit i'f llif
M sf-iiti. In' Jiil ihC l'li'W tlial iIm' I i t-
l.'i'til v.nilil li.ni- iKiilinlnl lnii'!f mill :i
f "(tfifilmrfula'.ioll for llir ailliiirM- II l'f 'VI-
ifurtm He l'IU uil lin n' w.i im ili-rilj-
( iiiin'.i'ii In tin M'liiimtlcv. mu
ilw iiiiii4i nf rial'li-liiii? ilicc irtMii
vHUXt All apt'il tlist il liht nii'l
1 1" r tu oljl'Uli tlrt'til "I at KmI. Ill
lnalr the alli niJ
Tito tunituilif IbiiI ii"t n-'tl (A in tin1
l.tl) in rvlit5ii to llic T'mi tiiiinl.ii. tin
Mim jitiK'l d' li'joM tnTiiir Tit ilii
rvliii'jnintiUMiiit if.'i M'ttii'ii i'f llir t niti'
rjr clain.ul lij Iwr IVy liail niffrnil
i jt-iic Hk' iiim iii'iii "f iIm' nii.1.11111
in'"i (ill llic iiiii"liipn tlmiilil iiiini' in
) isVni iiii llio jMftiv i.f iln' Lilt,
r.i'li n ie pU'Wiil. :i niuih a .
-ihi Mitulnti. im
tho Mill, nun Lot
f..nii"Iol tin i Kit
Mr 'lay Jiiik-i tilfl inujilj In Mr Hon
inn to iLfi rxl tLcfiiilinatiiiuiif t ! Cal
fuiiili, Ti-riitniial and Toini lumnlaiv
ir.i-aMin in mio 1 ill, i iiiitoiniiiiu that it
a. ivirl .urn t'.tarv ivpuLlican. do mtiol
mmI Pkimlii.nl lit- th.wo.1 Hie mm is-'
iuh in tin. coustitil'ioii nf lyoili-i.-inn ami
..tiler Is'tate. fiitLiililiiij: the uniting of two
r inntv infifiin in nno bill. In - pro
lu.Mik'e uf tifiSil ino ttiwuionte and
i'jiilirrainout in loislalimi, iind aiutil
th.-.t tlio can inbuilt nf nub a priniiplo
was tint oifruMit nr prnfitaLlo. 'J hotf
.'S. untiling nl jiiliouaLlo in the aMwia
l.i.ii i.f an i.f thoM! uioniuos; liuthinj
ropiilMie tu the dignity uf ('alifoinia in
nuii i her ad mi"-ion uith law-, fur the
(ciwrvaiinii nf tho li.e. pni'rty, K.tro
ali'llnjijiiiie- of lur neij;hlii. Ilo alsu
ntel iiuiiiomtt prettilouts, fur tho pur
juv. of lniii" that th inosnf " lack
in '," a it ii called in Kiil'I.hhI, i a crv
(Tiium'in one in 'niijnojon:il leislatinu,
ami il wa iheiofmo made iatlianicntary
holt' i unieiNil tiiioont, and uiloplii.n
In tliv t.'ime of hi; i ph.ualiou of a
t Unto in ihe Ti niloiial bill pinhibilin
the Ttnitiiii.il legislature fioui legislating
in lett In Afiican Slaciy, Mr (.'lay
intimated his full n.nvit lion that Flawrx
i aUilUlitv! thrniigiiuut New Mexiio ly
tlft'litt oflbf Civjitnr, the ('oiititutio'ii
nf (ho tijile and tho ni t of ihoir legisla
ture. '1 Ih: itrtiw'i'.ti alludisl to in the
Terriiorial bill m. h ate the Merit an
Ki-n in full force, while at the sjino time
! paw the legislature the iver to ait n
aiiplil iloemoil prv'r. with ivptt to
the " viu " (.ytfiin of Slavoiy.
lie next ply coded to udvot-ale the hill
rv putt.) Ly the i-i.iiiinillif in 'elation in
tlio ritniKuu. of fuilic slake He lo-lioM-d
tliat tin Slalo mffolcil n. iniicji
5om the eitBiyjfisf axo did the S'.t'e
of Kentucky, and yet lie anlii ijeiltsl fium
that Htale enlin' ratifai lion wilh the
incAMiie ptojfiil Lv tho tt minittce. In
the tiuit!uf hi uiuarki. ujin thi mc.is
arv Mr (.'by alio lis! tu Mr HewanlV i
tiliun n the adiis ale uf a higher a di
lio law Will" him with tlmx- who
rsMiitcisotl tlio (lartii.ti nitsrting in ",.w
Yoili litt k, nhcirat Le caid Mom
n.l all the 4tiphi ls m.re ij.vtis, and
the nsjiie ol the Siur levihsl and u.n
trmned, Hating tla-sMs! Mr Swanl
with turh men, he ajij aled tu the (isiph
to judpi wbcllit-r tlwl j amuitu fruni
vhkh to rw viM' the oxp.piti'mof a high
ir Hhine law.
Lasily Mr ("by .ndcroil the iirnia
e41diiLn if tl s'lsve liadoin tl r ili
Irict uf Columliu. Th Gri Hull tll.lt e.
er ilrttuunewj thsl trad ho loliew-d mu
a Sunlit m mn, J.Jin Kamlulph of Hiih
antike, ami he Ulicktsl thoio bad Ivon mi
liHKiln furty jvm when, had the Mil.
fsrt len iBjtcjlj j4oentttl, a ma
nilj w.rtild mrt late lsn fuund in Con
per. in fam (f it aUJitKin A fiw
tsu gi thi ucat4itv muukl hate lt-ti
SixVed uj.i4 a pl i4i(-erioii, loit
ro be livlirl tint wnneif the ultra AU
fclilioa paper J4t4ounocl it s. a tuote
n dl dug.
TnconcKi.ion, Mr Clay expn',vsl ,'u
rcnviciiun that tho ptopwiunni i ihc
CWmillw i,ukl tiuxtxxl. He mmld
tlmot iiu-lAJiti.ti(f tht, if jitvKiii
nl lo tlie iople to-rv, tln-y iuld
rooeitc an hntt uttauiiwu apj'iul
Ho tmUi:':!il a fi olrxliw,, Jn
dcit.rialUni the Wlhnot 'rtiio. ctn
tocotuig uia it uwh-tJUK- id iui4i
jiriety, wtJ cloKl uith an iMto.viit,.J
M'1 lo Sriuloo lo ly atiJ all pvr4i
U, prty kurl Mrtiwntl vti4Joratit.tt. nd
rome to the rest-ue U thr I'uiwi fi.i
ihcnjrr, ti4 tlc fiuU dipHtin uV
Mr rlayhiviu ewitlaJtJ, tht Scuaic
The Ht4me, itt t :mUt tt' th 1k1
renvei the di-Ufii t lh I'rcuJttn',
CJi&iiia rej5; Jt (,'Uik tarlt
ir.liJnm ,! li.PrT Lki MiMmmU
it. 1ltltinUf'i td Oit fluut L
t'V(i-rl -,fi)t4. 4 H
WititnAW. Mv Ifnh
T)rf lIU i'f ' tb iliirtitn " Wic rn
lfifr llip Snalf (t lit M4iwlrrtiiii
thfWflt-it IW rr-vn nf Imisj- IMotr
llrt ilLr u)--li ,lLrin vxf mtntiKlwnl
fcti. Mi lmlMf.'f lllitwii. milli x
km in trl Im- Senate n lo ltrtl;r il
t1ifJ lot iim llwrLilt' M'rsiolv i4
in iLf Miimlrtj". iffrti'l I" 1) il Lii'i i
. , ,. i i i ... .i
.T. ll.r ll.lc 11 iu .mil in uif
I . li- V.wty .''Vri-
Sti.f twi L witti lli' S'"lli. exit
Vliy ui i(ff jra. rnf S'IakIWiI
Hiillir. l'itr. Mumiii oimI HI?iT, Iiu
er- nliil. MJnl a-alli't UUiR till" fill
tiiLu i4i lit" laLli- Mrltuili'ii nail llie
iilwrv SiiMmi i: vi J. nulitl Ml
t i.rt. r rml Mr Vtlnr Mifvn" riu lii-
n.l I'litiaiii. vf Vrlinont mnl flfili.lill nf
Iiimf. vii-n' al lit. In aiMitl'41 In Cate
1h Viiiw.ii. Hnalit. Whilit'iuL ami Him-
p'ti wlii li.ni' I'll all 4fim ifi'aii'ii
I ltvtl. nm In iLv Ni.ftli. llli tlii'iluifnnl fi, Well? .'!. ami W-tlta fii 'J.
a ,N iiati'i, .li'lic ami liulp'.nlxi c-
-! in ami 'iii"l mill ilu Siulli Tin,
u.li' iIki ur llii. Uial jtlllnMiirli il i- Ly
tin im aii-(i lt:iin that thi-mnnil hill ill
c tin- .C'liali', wo alo at tin' mt'li'V nf
Smith II ili'i in If ni-'ti llio cxtii'iiio
' , . . 1. .1 ...
Xi-JMc!V iinlia2ainiity lo n mituit i
it i tu KtoiM' a niajnrilv mi lii.; Sfiiato
There sit; iliHij!liftvtimili tnixoit a
lit iihil ili'Miilolt ini!, if Mf.-ih('li-ini'ii
.li-tTi'iMin, 1 a if. Mii'on. Di.ui.s. Vf .
ay tl"' ""ill- I' itillifivftireiiiiiKwihk'.
iii'tlio jiri'M-iit Vale uf the fHM1, In nialso
an iiiiHlit lii.il an lo what i In 1 v tlio
final full- nf tin nii'aiuo of ill tMiiinatinii.
Yrl I Mrll think that K't ral i.f llio tllti.y
Ulialill' I" IllllT 1 1 IIH'S.MIIOhMl UK In mil
ihoir tapi' Lv iiifiiMiiii a twtiitiwt tti'f.
intn tlll'lll, Mill vnli! the Umlc
ilnwii. Yot wo i-IkiiiM nut Mint mir vyv
In llio iiiilo iniliahlo chniiiu that, holiov
in with Fi.tt! this i the lot ihin llio)
i uii ihoy will, in thu mil, inniio intu
it Miiiiit. ami can y it ihinith llioSon
nlo. A- t ltittjc- M.iwl at troK'nt. it iim
m.itilo In malto ;i ti rak'iilaliiiiih, nr
fi.i in iinv iolialiloiiiiiiiiin, a In what it i
all In I'litl in Nn niio oan ikiw loll what
tho fiitiin- innj- Initio fnrth
T It K 'criUAN INSllN-()tujll,i,,i,;,,7.cxl,n,?i,;,,.,,f 'J0 'iU .",f ''jniavnyage. which we hnK-will imt Lo the
IpKUSTOTIIKI Siil I.F ll.lill
TO INTHIU'KiT THI-: KXPHIM -
The N, O Pallia t.f May Hill, a Si..m-
... i in i i.i in . i.i .'in, u .iii
I : i . . ..l.ll.l.-.l t. .11. ...I.-..,.,
'7 1 , . ' J . , . . Z. i
V ." " ;"' ' '. " " " 1 ,
Chaises, '2lith of April.
Aiitinlilii? tu muniM', I will give ynu',.
all the infurmatinn I have Leon aide U.
collect, io.iecting the thicatouoil
(lull against ul a.
"I can :isuie you, jmsiliv oly, that Cha
gros is nut the rendezvous of the exio
diliuii. It is tint: that some vessels have
arrivtsl ill Luxes nf muskets, jiisluls.
piwilcr and 1 'ml ; but, ai-conling to all I
can leant, they have nil lieeu reshipjMtl
in Miiall vessels to .smiiu iint inthetiulf,
only known to those in the secret.
1 am 1 1 ili 1 that tho punt is imuh near
er to the Island of Cuba than is general
ly imagined, nml that it is t.n some small
Island lietwcon Florida and Yucatan, :is
it is stilted that front that- ptiiut it is only
sixty hours' sail to the coast. I have
some n'itsnu to think that the exiodition is
in two divisions, ononf which is aln'ii.(v
eoiireiii.aieti in uu; im.iiiii oi ,i. i'oiiiiii-
go, and that the lauding is In lc ellts'toil
at two ilisi'mU places at the same time.
It is mid that Sunday nl.nut the l'2th nf
May, i fixed as the day on which the ex
piliiion i to start fium its hiding place,
fur the oiiat ofCuLa, mid the impros.-ion
amung tlioo whu pretend tu know, is that
the l.'ith May will lie the day fur lauding.
Although I have smiic douLtsaljjut the
i . . .i... i i i . r c : i
matter. still I thiuk.that Ihe aunouureineiit
,i .i . oi ,i i i mi. hiiiu nuti wo nae uearii oi ior a long
in the paiiors (hat 1 hagre is the place of . , ,
. R 1 . . .lltllin I III, wu... ..ntn,... V.. I.. II...
meeting, is merely a stiatagom to mislead j ' """-"i "- uoom, a razor gnnuer in xsew ork
the publio. 1 niSN'lf hai! known, in "f On' second story of tho block occupied City, who lias been somewhat notori
Now ( Moans, many suspii ions chaiacters, ( by Messrs Hoot & Challoe as a Clothing 1 ous for carrying a machine about in a
whu R.ne out that tin y wore going t. i Sk.jo, l.y I). IMIoll, as a St.ne, tn-'eth-l wheelbarrow, and employing his wife
l,.-.,es and not onool them have I seen . , I (n turn U)C wh(;c, t , .
uV$Z!z ,:S;1: 11., ,A o,e .,r t!!,!--1 ? ha3 biecn ,eft f1?- 5,n
ur lifUH..,. thousjuid men of whom two! upper door w.i- ro.ueved was reached by'? ,''000 mW? h? a rdatlVC m
iliousuiiilaretleavcNew(rleaii.smil fr4u the large yard I lnWC
Tim Nyw"Yo.k Herald of Satunl.ivMV,,iL'h U ''t1l with the main street l.y (
Miitlgftays ; Wo learn indirectly fmm
tlio ."l.ile depirtment at Washington, tluit '
Ihe Cuittsl Stales guvoniment fnvo re-
"Hill lllll'IIIOIII' inai IIOII. IMK'I III?-
j 1 r. ... V ... I ...1 o!l ... . I
mi an cxjieditioti to tho soutbeni slimes nf
Cuba, with -1.000 or 0,000 nu n ; andf
jinitsi iroin .tew t.irioans on ino rin nii.,
that tho Navy IleiKirtiiicnt immoili.-itolv
issl ordi-rstothu Hulf fleet, to iiitorcopt
the advcutitrvrs at all hazards, or to .vsist
the Suih amhiiritios in mppres-uig tho
attemiit at in-urrotlion oritnainn. It is
J ali l.dievisl thai thi'to will U' a conceit
' tration and isi ovratinu of the Hriti-h,
Spanish and American naval forces, muiio
whoic on the ciat of t'ulia, to put down
the exptlitioii, or loeuti'ir all supplies,
slwmld thev land tin that iland .1ii7,
1 nt-uon icgiininM! 01 iuis
Mate net at Augusta on WciliiestL-ty. j
i ... .. -l'i. i !i. f i
iinni .11 .Mormw. was ehustn i ro-i-:
.ient ofOicYx-natoby H! vuies in '.. fur 1 1
l.tssl and 1 wvteraig; AlU-tt H.
all t lork Lv l'J loll for Wm U- l.ittlo. '
too i muse was orgamusi h ciniing .'s. '
JlcUhor !altr-Lv "tt voti-s In Ml for
Ii Apltum Whig and .s f-ir C.
5 Minill ( Free S.ih ForclwU.
umii. W. l'Ugg wii hsii Lv Mi v.tci.
l'i ! for .ln,e W North an.! Humy K
ltalir Of cutirsi. tho suct-osoful candi
lair mo of tho nmg pirn Hov. C
V Allen aa ilu ChVlaiii Ly (Kl
ttrfr. to CO 6ir Kt-v. Cnw 11itistii.
Titt Va Itrs.riAi:ii Ht it titcniMi
luot. ot Tilt Pioi-li: Wo loam
fitsnillw Aibanv Fit-choUcr. ofWclhw
day. May ) tlat Judjr Hand has at Iaj
given hi ojiitiVm iu tlw inij.rtt.rit rtst
u : tlsr People vt, Stjic, Van Hwun-s
Utx, ami in j.h n, ha rM ,, fs
w t.f lh Ptfidp. -tiinj; ibe difcrKUnt
hive to nmtTs-f m'thiii tcttiT da), with
llio jv tWii of Itv-.
TIIUHSDAV. MAY 25, ISiO.
WIIIC COUNTY C0NVK.VTIO.V
IV Wlnpiif ihr Connly t" ltnlljiii.1
trv ifiiiMoi lo itK-tt y llicir ilcli-pi'
it ralc'ton, nn tin ISltk il) nf June
iirxl. l 11 ii(ik A !., for llif l
i.im. .f ti'illitluUll raiftiilalr for I lit fnL
Irtiti; t.tl.rtn. mx J tiirws I titintv rn-
nr. twn llg('! of tilt ( oliiily Cmirt.
.i Stirrilf. a IIiri Mmlifr, mid a Hut''?
Ailnn.'t'V, ttvl a .Imlrr i.f I'nil alf fur
liic iMetH nf Hiillarul. uil nli Jmlp
of rnilAlr lur the llitrwt tt I nnhnM ii-
TIk" ihihiUt iif 1 McltUt. In Ik oiip firm
raili Innri. lil iftr lUlfratc furcai'll fid
Whip m.i-, jnil Mc fir ratli frarlion
rrr !;. Muj; K'Uk pivt'ii in cuh tnn
f..r liininuT in tliu v.'ar 1 ft It. liiili
mill In the limn of lii-riMiii t ili l
pli'ji, liraiuli'it fi, Cmlli'liiii li, Cliittfii
ilon''. Claii'ii.li.n I. I.ml.r I. KairliHM'ti
!J, lliil.Latilti.ti -J. In U, fi-mlim i!, Mill-
kJown :t, Ml lli.llv ft, Ml TaUir 1,
I Win 1. I'ittflcM 'J. I'ittsfnnl I. I'liitlt
tiK-v 'i. KuiImkI S,. SIh'iIiumio t!, Sliivwr
l.uiv 3, Stnlliiin 'J, Titiiimiitli H, Wa.
It l I'jiK-L'Icl tliat oath tnwn will til
iint tho liilinlvr nf ilolo-nito" In wh'nl
it i onli'hil, at n nnhlic mooting oalloil
hy the Mivunil lii fomiiiitlofs for thai
J ho l.onnly ( niimiitlou licp loavo ti
iiro uimn tho Tnwn Ciitiiiiiittoo. llio im
iKirtniiro nf takinu im-aMiri' tu ix'iiilor tht
iiiiitilnioiit .niil iitlonilaiioo nf tho full
iiui.Iii nf ilolojialo." frnm all tho Tuwns in
r W. in ' HI ) r
A. C DANA,
M. I. STItONC.J
Itullanil, May lfi. ISoO.
I) It .KIVI'S
TU TI I K I'll KKM KN OF Til V. CO IN
TY OF ltl'TLANI).
Tho umlor.i;iiO(l, Whig ('mini y (' in
milloo, roiroont In llio Frfomon nf tin
( uiintv that lliov have liait undor rniiMil
orntinn tho niiNloanil mniuior in which ti
imiviMilinn fur llio iiuminatii ii nf Ctnintv
iifliotTH 1iuiiIi1 he o(intitutoil ami hao
arooil uiianiniuiicly umhi tho iilmi onn
tainoil in llio at i'uiiiiatiyinj; oall. Tlii
in iloonieil Lv us tho fairo.'t idimIu nf oli-
: r-i'"-"' ; " "
;"" - Hy ;I. nynrly and i.s,,p,,-lnf
""y r r , ' ", . .
t V" V - , , "'brouSht the shippers in ilel.t S7IMIU, there-
r ,, ..... f the ( uuntv ( nnvcntiou n . .i 'i' .... .w. unn mi..
. : I
. . . .. "V
,,CT 'unstitutiun, ha
onme of iwimmount unisirlanoe a In
nuiiilierot otneers heretolore ni
, . ,. .,,. ....... ., .f
,,, ... LM to U,al country.-7 r.'r.
nl the lirst mijiortntice then, that all thei ClIAIJ, FACTonr Stoppkd Oi'F.nA
towns shnuld lie represented by the full'Tmv ru- f'hnin Knolnrv on V Mrnnt
number nf delegates to which they "re.ijtopppj mnkinp large thnins forlhe
entitled, and that those delegates should
lie selected by the towns resjiectively. up
on general notice given by tho town com
mittees of the time and place of meeting
fur that puriKise. J. KDOlMtTON,
1) IS. JONKS,
A. O. DANA,
Itiitlatid, May If., ISf.l).
The Silver Ware and Variety Store op
Mesrs Knot & ChuHoc in this village!
was entered on Sunday morniug lat. be-
I ween 10 l-'J mid I'J o'ch
occupants woie at church
a largo amount nf Ware
k wniio mo,
and robbed of
kkiis, gold I'oneils, I'ins, and
various other articles together with
t .. r tit
Mim nuv-uvc I'.oihir.s in specie,
This was one of tho boldnt n,rnti(.n of
I tlio kind tliat we have hwird of for a long I
,w" 1vl "venues ; the w indow and door
are in view of tovenil buildings, the
Franklin Hotel among the iiuiuUt, nml
as public as. the street itself.
Tlmt a "'rcililc entry could lie made from
such a place at such a time- and n suc
cessful retreat made with the liooty, is a
must fiirpihing thing.
It must have Uon tliat this daring 'ad
venturer' was well acquainted with tho
I'K'ation of the choicest nrtiol
nthcr drawers wore disturliod
which contained tho good wanted,
Mers Hoot Sc. Chaffe offor a reward
of SHIO, fur tho arret of the thief, and a
reasonable reward for the recovery of iho
re :w iii.n lie reunrti inr I i.n r...... ..r .1...
projiorty. It is to lie IioipciI that the gen-
ileni.m may faw.n have an opportunity of
j,,,;,,; Viw ho i-rfomiJ his Mnlarl
1 " ' . Mn",ar!
"'. "ions i.ru iieuir anxious to know .
now iwas. none
New School Hook If tho pre-nt
gonomtion of youth iu our country ate
nol 'ret furwanl' HJtucwhat f.Lstor than,
wcio t)i.is which have prctiilotl them,'
it will not v theCttilt of the groat num-ln-r
of tho: who are aiming tu arrange
iuiphfy, sud facilitate the av of stu
dy. Wo have rHnlly had otrr attention di-n-ied
to the 'Weld' R-rics of Schod
ls.ik and arc inclined In Ivlievo tfttm
in many nt suj-n.-r to any other
tliat h pme U-foro it. His 'utte Gram- their duty to the public, as well aa
mirr' o uu-lrrsiati I . ha ln xloiitJ tlienwelvcj, by delaying this all iuv
tH-jicrslly in the wtwls cf CLittcuilfniFrt1111 lacasurc.
(tnntj and arr in nt w many rf Hit
ivominWH-i i4 tho 'Ule J Puiiltiior, t'l
wi t-lktC Cllotim Sctiiinariv;, Mnp
nf llio tiuniUr.
Tot!' Cmmma JtciiooL IUii'.
snuihon xt. lloiilly MTangnl irk i1o?ign
rtl fur tho aihawtl claw in cunilnuti
rlniL, .mil foi IlielnTier kIk-K
lumk no cmttl ahnitLlv ih-Mcnotl fur
It. I ,. Ii i.vlw oiaiu-1
i t ii i . .!.mi tntiil
hkJ rarefully -nd lU inwiu 'P""-
Sn lV'T Oinrr. in Hiti.m. A
iiom 1'n't OfTtrehan 1in o.lahliliol at
'.he Mill', nr OirtVinV fill. ' tlii-t luwn,
under the name nf 'Crntrr llutland'
tt ofRoe ; J. II. 1'roclor, P M.
All lutmnunii-alii'ii M ilt to 0 tff.ee
..h'tiild U iliKi '.e.! to Crnter Hitilttnit,
A ClIANdf. IN Til V. KltlTOKB OfTltr.
Iti.i'Liu.iC. Wn-liinglon, Mny l.'lth.
Tlieic i lo Lo u I'lianco in the editors
of the loiuLlie: Allen A. Hull Uk
inc lie place of lliillilt & S:irtenlit.
The nnnoiineement will Le innde to
morrow. The cnu.-o. of this M'jinrntion
i a tlifl"':rronee in the (.'iiLini t, nml a
iliagieemcnt on I he I'twiilon!' njlicy.
Thi oil ine ha.i Leon under iloliLora
lion for week?. Viatoii.
The ahove is a de.'palch to llio Kvc
nin' Journal. Mr Hall U the n?isliint
Secretary of the Treasury. Me win
fornieily editor of ihc Nahville Ten
nessi e Whig.
Gmtry's Atnys Hook for June, has
hcen received and i. ii rich as u.unl.
The next volume commence in July,
and now i. a good time for those who
have not nlrcmly done .o to subscribe.
('M.IKOIIXIA SpECfLATIOS. Tlio Cul
ifoinia intelligonce by the last steamer
oontinues to 1! the subject of remark n
iiiong Lusincj-s men, anil the Rroat full in
the prices of lumlior and other article
shipped from the Nmlh, will materially
disapjHiint the expectation of those who
cmharkod in the.c siieculalions. We
have hoard nt llic vesult ot one Lnlilur-
I result or nil : ami tliat was,
,lm)),r) amillln,ill;; ,0 ?:,(
that was, n shipment
'"" sdesof which, by the last sleamer,
II... ..mb.nn tl... ...a ' I If III ' l.n t,ri
i.v .iinifi.irr ill., iiikv t ." i . ....... i m. :im.
'"i val of ihc next steamer from California is
l, lll.in.ll .1111 11..? vil,'..... .,,('
1....1...1 r.. ...:.i. , :..,.., v.. ......
I'XIMII 1UI .Mill IIUI IIIIVIL.'-t IIJ tUIJ
i interested in shiiiments
many wn. ..re ouorosie,. ... s,,
... .... . . ... t
present, and by this stoppage, thirty of
forty men have been thrown out nf cm
ploy. The proprietors, Cotton, Hill &
Co., have been obliged to adopt this
course on account of the low tariff now
in operation. J he Knglish manufac
ture heavy chr
tl send them here
for sale at n lo'
price than Amen-
can workmen ci
tfRird to make them.
Tho Buffalo papers announce the
arrival there of c.-Gov. Slade of
Vermont, with twenty-three female
tcacners, on meirwayto tlic west
,.-riT U':n:. n di n.
I l0 1JUII. , lOltllll J. 1 ll'.SLUII, tllO
;ihlstrious Senator, has resigned the
Presidency of the University of South
Carolina, to taitc etlect at the next
meeting of the Trustees, in Decern-
l her. "Continued debility" is assign-
,od b hil" M tltc rcason-
t ,. m ... v.,..,,.,. T.,,
, A i MtN Oh rOUTUNH. Joseph
T. , - ..I.
The Cheshire Uailroad Co., N. II.
have re-elected last year's Directors,
and nutborized the i-sue of lionds to
ihe amount of S.".r0,()00 at 585 per 100
and to be redeemed in ten years.
This issue will fiee the Company from
all its Hunting debts.
Dionoi.iCAi.. A small piece of
what appeared lo be weddin:-cake, lied
up in a piece of paper, and marked
" Mrs P." wiw recently picked up near
the Ilousoof J. C. Peck of Nevvburg N.
Y by one of his family. Mr Peck
without suspicion la.-tcil it, and then ili-
vidod it among her throe children. The
youngest child ioon died with poison,
and the other two remain in a very
. . r - . . .
i nc jiayor oi I'ltisourg, wno was
taken out of jail to lie iuaugurutedjim
"''"ently l.ocn engagctl in personal
f"n,,wV U"'1 ,,,,f n ,und m?
keep the peace. That is one of the
Prof. WebMor' family the Boston
Mail intimated ate averse to llio efforts
making iu some quarters for n com
mutation of his aonlciic. he and they
desiring a full and unconditional par
don. Small Poj. Thero have been
one hundred and tw & deaths by small
fiox, in Boston, from December 1,
18H,up to the 18th mat. Tlie dis
ease is prevalent throughout the city.
There arc several cases at tlie South
End. Thoo of our citizens who
have not been vaccinated, are reraiw
Nw York, HumlV Kcnitig, i
It ilUtotl liml lh ami.iinl vf roht
thirl rvtwnninp t ihc I'hilatlcliAia Mini,
at ihc jMi'Wit iltc, i mUivit M,000,00(
uliiifi i. luilili l'i 1 ilniwti ,7iin'l Ly tho
Trcanury lritmrni, umlr-r I ho Now
n inn cc aot.
Tlio Kxiilnnnc Exiot1ilinn. Umtnl fur
I llto nrtio ta. in iinotnf iMr.luhii l ranK-
lin. mil rail fnnu ihi tint im Tuwl
Mmli amiiMV K"tjiiI tu ulil.ini lalci
itowfiuinCiilia The biuWaiia N. O.
. ,L.,r ,ltli1iui1,.s h.t.
lor, ilaloil tlinprri, UMIi nil., Mating Unit
thu Lnlnan invilcn wotv imt to ruino
Mill" tholo. hut Ml tho Island nf St. Dif
iniiigu, mid wore lu laud in CuLa at lw
diffoiTiit i.inl8. on the I'-'tli int. A
Wii.hiniiiii lollornftho llaltiniuru Clif
ht Mnloii lhiitthoxiilitiiin hxl Hi.iti0'
lv stihil. An tiflioor asMirod its ttirro.t
iViiuloiil that tho lM ro"inicnt nf tho in
vador. sailod fur their iloMiuation on llic
'JMh tilt. : tho 'id. nn tho 1 inst. ; nml
tho ltd uu tho 7th iu.st. ; lio. inliitiatiil, nl
wi, that the Islu of fines was to lie ihoir
itaou of lauding.
Fatal Haii.uoaii Arcmr.xT. On Sat-
unlnv aflermsin nbrakeinan nanietl llrody
was killed on tho Worcester and Nnshuii
Itiilniad, near the Oakihile depot hv hi
, ... ...... ...1. 1. '.I....
Iioau ennung in cniiinci wiiii n oriugt
while the tram which he was upon was
K'i.stug underneath it.
Col. Wm. 1'. Winchester, of this city
has given SII000 towards building a town
hall in the tnwn nf Winchester, incnrpur
Mod by the last legislature, and named in
compliment to him. Atlas-
We have already corrected the unius
imputation, of thu Ninth .Slur; but tho
following U more full und decisive. Tin:
Star surely cannot now icfuse lo do jus
tioe to Mr. Uphuin. tt. h uterinum
WnshiiiCion, Jlny 10, ISoO,
Mr. Wai.ion, Dear Sir: In the
" A'ori Star " of Mnv 4. is an editorial
mticle, hondod i " Where is Mr. Up
ham?'' und insinuating that Mr. Uphuin
has in some wny been inattentive to bis
duties as it Senator. I believe no Sen
ator has been more faithful and atten
tive to his ollicinl duties than Mr. Up
ham, when his health would permit.
Hut I have reason lo know, being in the
same house with him, that severe indis
position has confined him lo bis room a
largo portion of ihe lime since the
month of January, mid that on several
occasions he lni3 been in his seat when
the statu of his health should have ad
monished him lo have been more care
ful of it ; and that fur thu hist six or
seven weeks he has been confined en
tirely to his room, nml most of the lime
to his bed, and is still confined to his
room. 1 make the above statement in
justice lo Mr. Uphani,ns the insinuation
in said article does him great injustice.
The above statement as to Mr Up
hain's health I know lo bo correct.
By the arrival of the steamer Yacht
at New Orleans, Brownsville papers
to the 3d instant, have been received
at New Orleans.
Lieut, Hudson, of whose wounding
in a skirmish with a party of Indians,
near liarcdo. we have previously
given an account, subsequently died
of his wounds.
The Brownvillc Sentinel says that
the Indians on the Upper llio Grande
arc daily gaining strength, and be -
entrii.nr mnrn dnrin.r in ihoir do.irodfi -
o "o - i
Another attempt to seize the Uni
ted States mail between llio Grande
City and Laredo, was made on the
23d of April by a party of ten In
dians, but it was unsuccessful.
Captain Ford, with a company of
rangers, has taken position at a post
known as "Tho Wells," between llio
Grande City and Laredo, with a view
of keeping the Indians in eheck so far
as the limited force at bis disposal
Tho steamer Troy was sunk on the
2(Jth of April a short distance above
Frcerort. The accident occurred by
the boat's backing with force anainst
the bank, driving in her stern. She tho train from Now York on the Nor
was on her way to lloma, with a full I wich road, within three miles of Wor
cargo of merchandise, and had left
Brownsville but a short time before
tho accident occurred. She was
subsequently raised and repaired,
and resumed her trip.
Washington, May lf.
IlF.?tUNATIO.V OF Mil. CRAWFORD.
It is now confidently stated thut
Mr. Secretary Crawford will "0 out
of the Cabinet on tho Slavery Quea -
tion ! He is ultra pro-Slaverv, and op -
posed to the President's favoring any
plan of compromise wlatever. Pub -
lie sentiment runs high against Craw -
ford on tho Galphin matter.
Washinto.v, May W.
Cabinet Meetino. The Cabinet
held a special meeting to-day at the
White House, supposed to bo upon
ine invasion ot uuoa, ny tnc exjieui-
tion under Gen. IiOi.cz. Mr. Secrc-1
tary Meredith was called out of church
to attend it.
Toronto, May, 17.
The Petitions fob Canadian
iNDKl-ttXHKNCF. REJECTED IiY PARLIA
MENT. The petitions for addresses
to Her Moat Gracioua Majesty Uo
Queen in behalf of Canadian Indepen
dence, was rejected today in the As
sembly by a large jority. Tho
vote wan m follows : Againit it 57 ;
for it 7,
AMUYAL OF THE II1BEKNIA.
The 8tcatniiiti Hibtrni.n nrrived at
icr wharf in Boston, on Friday mor
ning, alwit A o'clock. Tho political
intelligence from Eurojc, ilh the
exception of the Taris Election, is
pntc devoid of interest.
r KAMI K.
The great eleotornl battle in Paris,
for which both parties had been long
preparing, has terminated in the re
turn of M. Eugene Sue and the tri
umph of the democratic republicans.
The Socialist candidate lind the ma
jority both of militnrv and civic votes.
there can be little doubt, though the
act has been ilcninl, that this result
is in some measure attributable to the
Inring attempt of M. Carlier, the
prefect of police, to prevent the sale
of the democratic tapers. General
dissatisfaction, with the policy of tlio
government was no doubt the mam
causo ; but it was impossible that so
disgraceful n perversion of tho law,
resorted to m order to crush the or
gans of the popular party, should not
elicit a mark of disapprobation fiom
many electors who had not much sym
pathy with the views advocated by
some of tho proscribed journnls.
Paris was excited, but tranipiil at the
close of the election. The cabinet
seems to have been struck with con
sternation : and there nre rumors of
changes and modifications.
Atvoccii.MiiNT of IIr.it Ma.m:sty
"Bum l OF A PltiNt'i:. Unckimjham
J'atace, May 1. This morning the
Queen was safely delivered of .1
Tho most cheering reports arc re
ceived from all parts of the country,
ns to the nppcarancc of the crops, and
the potatoes, of which such an im
mense breadth has been plautod, arc
"shooting up" in all directions.
There are most vigorous exertions to
sow turnips and other green crops.
At the country fairs generally there
is a tendency to advance in the price
of cattle. It is stated that, at a large
cattle sale near Droghedn, "every
description of stock went off as well
as in the sunniest days of war prices
A strange intrigue lias taken place
in the palace of Madrid. The King
Consort endeavored to induce the
Queen to free herself from what he
calls her slavish submission to the
ministry of Narvaez, and solemnly
declared that, if she did not comply
with his wishes, lie would on the very
day of her accouchmcnt (juit Spain,
and publish to the nation a manifesto
explaining his reasons for taking such
a step, and for not choosing to be pres
ent at the birth of tho royal infant.
In this extraordinary emergency a
council of ministers was held, and it
was decided, in order to save tho hon
or of the Queen, that the King should
be prevented by force from (putting
the palace. 1 lis Alnjcsty was, there
' fore placed under arrest ; sentries
partment, and hc remained v. prison-
cr or our hours, at the end of which
ti,n'-5 bo capitulated, and even consen-
I irnrn otiilirvtinii rit Mm 1 rr ri Itia ft.
lcu 10 "? 0,u 111 tlic evening in an
1 PeiJ carnage with the Queen, 'ilns
' COIldllCt of tllO imbecile King Consort
,,,, i.,,t ji..v :..,'.... r .i.
ia mo ivuivu tu iiju iiiiii.ut;3 Ul tliv
thrusts, wno not only wish to over
f. , . , ...
throw the present Ministry but to
throw impediments in the way of the
succession to tho crown of the issue
of Queen Isabella.
There had been an entente at Va
lencia, and a collision between the
people and the troops, in consequence
ot an ore'er trom the uovcrnment
prohibiting the circulation of Catalo
nian money in that province.
DltKADFLI, RaII.UOAI) ACCIDENT.
Probable Lots of Life I Between
. three and four o'clock, Saturday, a
mst shocking accident occurred to
cestcr. uuc o: tlie wiiecio on a 6ec
onu ciass car broke, ami the car was.
nearly capsized, throwing the pass
engers into a heap together. 1 he
car was almost instantly smashed into
splinters, ami sixteen of tho passen
gers wounded one, certainly, fatal-
As soon as the train could bo stop
ped, the injured passengers were tak-
' t;n up, and an expresd immediately
! started tor Worcester to obtain sur-
Dra- Green, Bates, Haywood,
. " hitcomb, Sargent and Workman,
. wcrc a" 8on at work in dressing the
' wounds of the sufferers, and render-
eu all the comfort which skill could'
accomplish. , . .
1-ifteen of the wounded passengers
SCT0 en to Boston on Sunday,
t'Jo',t f whom were sent to the Hob-
!"'. remainucr leiun cnarge
of beir friends.
Accident on the Norwich and
Worckstkr IlAiutOAD. Last Satur
day afternoon, when the train was
nearing the Oak Dale depot. Mr.
Hammond, a braketnan, in attcmnt-
ing to look out at the side of a car
projected hi. head so- far that it came,
... M.tl. ) .1 : i
in contact with a bridge, instantly
killing him. lit wan a young nmi -
botusu years ot age ana his people,
reside in Worcester.
Morton Daily Bee.
Ohio. The Whigs of Ohio hc
State Convention nt Cincinnati,
the Oth inst., and nominated U
Wm.uam Joiinmon, of Chiciu,
for Governor. The following
lions, among others, were adopted s"
Kesolvcd, by the W lugs of Olio
in Convention assembled, That f
have undiminished confidence m tU
honesty, cat-ability tint! jnlrinti!,, (
President Tayloi that we lan ,
approve of its ndmitiistriti..ii,
earnestly commend it to the Mipt"..
of the people of Ohio and the I i.i,
Hesolved, Tliat we cordially j;
prove of llio recommendation of )v
dent Taylor's Message in favor df
immediate admission of CfihhV,
and that Congress should mln t '
new State independent of and ,
nccted with any tifttr j.joj ?ni r;
Hesolved, That in till Tcttiiit
governments hereafter organ i J ,
( ongress, we here leitetate tie p
ciple declared by the Whig msi,.
Convention of ISIS "that then- J
be neither Slavery nor imoltm!'
servitude therein, othciwise iUi, j ,
the punishment of crime."
Mt'itnnn of two Cnit.niti. y,
Airr.MfTF.n Sncim: in nn, .M i,
r.u ! We are indebted to Unaiit ),
Spear's express for a ropy 'nf p
liangor wing extra, whi?h
the following account of
melancholy affair :
In Atkinson, Piseatamu
on Monday last, Mrs Huttlm ,
formerly of Gleiibarn, in a (it t
derangement cut the tlimats of tl,.
of her children, and also her i v
throat. Two of the children an
dead, and it is thought that Mi-
Hutchinson will not recover. 'U
youngest child will proL.ibly Mir
vivo. Mr. Hutchinson on Ins i
turn from labor to his house, fmiil
his family in thisdeplorablecotiilitii.il.
Mrs. Hutchinson has always Lome
good character, hut has been siilijott
to occasional fits of derangement.
Boston Times, Sattmlr.
Sji.uvTakixii and Fatal A ;
HUNT. People in the vicinity of l.n
field Falls are taking thad in gtot
numbers at that point. The cuihui
of the river is so rnpid,in coiijcipicMc
of tho freshet, that the shad cunmi
get over the falls without coining ?
near the shore, that wen standing m
the bank can take tlieru with a coiii
mon scoop net. From 2o to U'O i
day have thus been caught by a ii
gle person for several days past. Ot
Friday evening, as a mnn was tlm.
occupied, he and his net were sudden
ly drawn into tlt river by the foico
of the current, and carried over tin
rapid. A comrade who vas Maud
injj near tried to save him, but
vam. The name of the unfortumi
man was Charles Harrison. He
about 4f years old, was a weaver i
one of the Thompsonvillo Factorit
and has left a wife and childicn t
mourn his loss. Spr. Republican.
It is the best economy to patrnnifi
our own mechanics. We sluml'
never send abroad for an as ticlc did
can manufacture. The advantage i
this is seen at once. It gives I n
ncss to the place. It is one of tl
spurs- of general prosperity kicj
money at home, and brightenv up il '
countenance of the mechanic. Kwr
if tho article costs a little hhhc
home than abroad, it iB still bettor t'
patronize home industry than to fui
our money away,because ten chanci
to one, a portion of the money yi
pay out for the desiied article, wd
in transactions of trade come nark to
TKf.EdiiAi'ii to Et'iton:. Quite
number ef writers in the North at
discussing with earnestness the p..
ticability of laying wires urii tlie
bed of tho ocean, and establishing a
telegraphic communication at onci,
and, we believe, the most of thetnaj
prove the project, A coiTCSjiidci.'
of the Journal of Commerce, tKiJ
represented to be an able, cxjicnuic
ed, and scientific civil engineer, j
poses to lay down a wire rope of tw
ty strands, number 14 wire, ic.lao-1
from each other, so that twenty d.
tirict machines could bo operated,
twenty messages pent at the far e
time. He taya it will take tig''
miles in len"th of this rore to bits"
' by iu own wei"ht iu the water; ai,
that therefore it could not break uj en
'being ct down into the dtcptjt pa '
of the ocean. The wire rope h to 1
coated with gutta perclia, and to L'
reeled off fiorn steamers cmployc l I
tho purpose. It would cost, he sat',
887o,000 for 8f00 miles : the- who!
(i8tancc frMn jvJcwYork to Engls"'!.
via Boston and Newfoundland, wilt
allowances. Tho cost of two spar
crs one trip including the erect. u
I Btation.bn., Jh i tb la.,dii,os. u'
Kranhie machines. Ac.. Ac. read, i
operation, he estimates at &l2S,0f,"i
which will swell the total to fif
JH3-Tho wheat crop never JoookcJ
I l.Mr in ll.in vicillltV
.Lai t the uresent time. Such U
tbn r.r.inimi of fill with whom we have
conversed upon tie subject. Coll
weather atill holds on, to the astoniih
merit of the oldest inhabitant.
Grand Biver (Micb.) Eagle.